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t a b l e Table 9-1a

Canada-Mexico/Mexico-Canada Travel by Mode of

Transportation

(Thousands of visitors)


1990 1995 1996
Canadian source data

Canadian resident overnight travel to Mexico 433 406 438

Air N N N

Land N N N


Mexican resident overnight travel to Canada 64 63 81

Air N N N

Land N N N
Mexican source data

Canadian resident overnight travel to Mexico 294 198 269

Air 268 167 233

Land 26 29 35


Mexican resident overnight travel to Canada N N N

Air 17 14 17

Land N N N

KEY: N = Data are nonexistent.

NOTE: For information on Canada’s and Mexico’s travel surveys and definitions of specific types of international visitors and which of

these visitors are included in the specific categories shown in Table 9-1a, see Appendix B.



SOURCES

Canada

Statistics Canada. International Travel, Travel between Canada and other countries (Touriscope), Catalogue No. 66-201-XPB. (Ottawa,

Ont.: various years).

Mexico

Banco de México. Dirección General de Investigación Económica. Dirección de Medición Económica. (Mexico City, D.F.: 1999).


t a b l e 9-1b

Canada-United States/United States-Canada Travel

by Mode of Transportation

(Thousands of visitors)


1990 1995 1996
Canadian source data

Canadian resident overnight travel to the United States 17,262 14,663 15,301

Air 4,039 3,802 4,496

Land

Motor vehicles 12,770 10,338 10,251



Personal vehicles 12,164 9,686 9,579

Intercity and charter buses 606 652 672

Intercity rail 36 34 33

Pedestrians N N N

Other a 416 489 521
Canadian resident same day travel to the United States 53,171 37,491 37,398

Air 137 138 124

Land

Motor vehicles 52,629 37,201 37,159



Personal vehicles 51,829 36,414 36,267

Intercity and charter buses 800 787 892

Intercity rail N N N

Pedestrians N N N

Other a 405 152 115
U.S. resident overnight travel to Canada 12,252 13,005 12,909

Air 2,372 2,769 3,047

Land

Motor vehicles 9,103 9,451 9,097



Personal vehicles 8,381 8,702 8,325

Intercity and charter buses 722 749 772

Intercity rail N 72 72

Pedestrians N N N

Other a 778 713 692
U.S. resident same day travel to Canada 22,482 24,325 25,563

Air 165 260 365

Land

Motor vehicles 21,412 23,604 24,700



Personal vehicles 20,692 22,746 23,804

Intercity and charter buses 720 858 896

Intercity rail N 6 6

Pedestrians N N N

Other a 905 455 492

aOther includes boat, pedestrians and cyclists.

KEY: N = Data are nonexistent.
t a b l e 9-1b

Canada-United States/United States-Canada Travel

by Mode of Transportation-Continued
SOURCES

Canada

Statistics Canada. International Travel, Travel between Canada and other countries (Touriscope), Catalogue No. 66-201-XPB. (Ottawa,

Ont.: various years).

United States: The United States does not collect data on same day travel to or from the United States nor for Canadian resident

overnight travel to the United States by all modes of transportation. U.S. agencies typically obtain this data from Statistics Canada.

Although not used for the purposes of this table, the Bureau of Transportation Statistics’ American Travel Survey provides mode of

transportation data on U.S. resident travel to Canada for trips longer than 100 miles (approximately 160 kilometers). (See Appendix B

for more information.)
t a b l e 9-1c

Mexico-United States/United States-Mexico Travel

by Mode of Transportation

(Thousands of visitors)


1990 1995 1996
Mexican source data

Mexican resident overnight travel to the United States 7,040 8,189 8,709

Air 959 796 983

Land 6,081 7,393 7,726

Motor vehicles N N N

Personal vehicles N N N

Intercity and charter buses N N N

Intercity rail NA NA NA

Pedestrians N N N

Other N N N
Mexican resident same day travel to the United States 91,494 94,710 94,399

Air N N N

Land 91,494 94,710 94,399

Motor vehicles U U U

Personal vehicles N N N

Intercity and charter buses N N N

Intercity rail NA NA NA

Pedestrians U U U

Other N N N
U.S. resident overnight travel to Mexico 16,377 19,221 20,302

Air 3,635 4,741 5,361

Land 12,742 14,480 14,941

Motor vehicles N N N

Personal vehicles N N N

Intercity and charter buses N N N

Intercity rail NA NA NA

Pedestrians N N N

Other N N N
U.S. resident same day travel to Mexico 64,038 63,508 66,859

Air N N N

Land 64,038 63,508 66,859

Motor vehicles U U U

Personal vehicles N N N

Intercity and charter buses N N N

Intercity rail NA NA NA

Pedestrians U U U

Other N N N

KEY: NA = Not applicable. N = Data are nonexistent. U = Data are unavailable.

NOTE: For information on Mexico’s travel surveys and definitions of specific types of international visitors and which of these visitors

are included in the categories shown in Table 9-1c, see Appendix B.

Mexican resident same day travel to the United States and U.S. resident same day travel to Mexico: Totals do not include same day

travel by air.


t a b l e 9-1c

Mexico-United States/United States-Mexico Travel

by Mode of Transportation-Continued
SOURCES

Mexico

Banco de México. Dirección General de Investigación Económica. Dirección de Medición Económica. (Mexico City, D.F.: 1999).



United States

The United States does not collect data on same day travel to or from the United States nor for Mexican resident overnight travel to

the United States for all modes of transportation. Although not used for the purposes of this table, the Bureau of Transportation

Statistics’ American Travel Survey provides mode of transportation data on U.S. resident travel to Mexico for trips longer than 100

miles (approximately 160 kilometers). (See Appendix B for more information.)
t a b l e 9-2a

Top Land Passenger Ports, Canadian-U.S. Border:1996

(Thousands of vehicles or passengers/pedestrians)
Port name Northbound Southbound Total
Personal vehicles

Canadian-U.S. border, total 38,858 39,537 78,394

Detroit, MI/Windsor, Ont. C 8,324 N

Ambassador/Windsor Bridge C N N

Windsor-Detroit Tunnel 4,311 N N

Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY/Fort Erie-Niagara Falls, Ont. 7,273 7,574 14,847

Buffalo, NY/Fort Erie, Ont. 3,190 N N

Niagara Falls, NY/Niagara Falls, Ont. 4,083 N N

Queenston Bridge 1,860 N N

Rainbow Bridge 1,597 N N

Whirlpool Bridge 626 N N

Blaine, WA/Douglas and Pacific Highway, B.C. 4,056 4,667 8,723

Blaine, WA/Douglas, B.C. 2,293 N N

Blaine, WA/Pacific Highway, B.C. 1,763 N N

Port Huron, MI/Sarnia, Ont. 1,920 2,075 3,995

Sault Ste. Marie, MI/Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 1,414 1,617 3,031
Passengers in personal vehicles

Canadian-U.S. border, total 77,975 100,444 178,419

Detroit, MI/Windsor, Ont. C 23,511 N

Ambassador/Windsor Bridge C N N

Windsor-Detroit Tunnel 8,238 N N

Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY/Fort Erie-Niagara Falls, Ont. 15,279 16,517 31,796

Buffalo, NY/Fort Erie, Ont. 6,242 N N

Niagara Falls, NY/Niagara Falls, Ont. 9,037 N N

Queenston Bridge 4,078 N N

Rainbow Bridge 3,765 N N

Whirlpool Bridge 1,194 N N

Blaine, WA/Douglas and Pacific Highway, B.C. 7,761 11,387 19,148

Blaine, WA/Douglas, B.C. 4,357 N N

Blaine, WA/Pacific Highway, B.C. 3,404 N N

Port Huron, MI/Sarnia, Ont. 3,984 5,392 9,375

Sault Ste. Marie, MI/Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 2,854 5,325 8,179
Busesa

Canadian-U.S. border, total N 174 N

Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY/Fort Erie-Niagara Falls, Ont. N 54 N

Buffalo, NY/Fort Erie, Ont. N N N

Niagara Falls, NY/Niagara Falls, Ont. N N N

Rainbow Bridge N N N

Queenston Bridge N N N

Whirlpool Bridge N N N

Detroit, MI/Windsor, Ont. N 40 N

Ambassador/Windsor Bridge N N N

Windsor-Detroit Tunnel N N N

Blaine, WA/Douglas and Pacific Highway, B.C. N 19 N

Blaine, WA/Douglas, B.C. N N N

Blaine, WA/Pacific Highway, B.C. N N N

Champlain-Rouses Pt., NY/Lacolle (Routes 15, 221,223), Que. N 11 N

Champlain, NY/Lacolle Route 15, Que. N N N

Rouses Pt., NY/Lacolle Routes 221 and 223, Que. N N N

Sault Ste. Marie, MI/Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. N 10 N
t a b l e 9-2a

Top Land Passenger Ports, Canadian-U.S. Border:

1996—Continued

(Thousands of vehicles or passengers/pedestrians)


Port name Northbound Southbound Total
Passengers on busesa

Canadian-U.S. border, total 3,232 3,871 7,103

Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY/Fort Erie-Niagara Falls, Ont. 1,004 1,419 2,422

Buffalo, NY/Fort Erie, Ont. 306 N N

Niagara Falls, NY/Niagara Falls, Ont. 698 N N

Rainbow Bridge 463 N N

Queenston Bridge 233 N N

Whirlpool Bridge 2 N N

Blaine, WA/Douglas and Pacific Highway, B.C. 300 479 780

Blaine, WA/Douglas, B.C. 0 N N

Blaine, WA/Pacific Highway, B.C. 300 N N

Detroit, MI/Windsor, Ont. C 564 N

Ambassador/Windsor Bridge C N N

Windsor-Detroit Tunnel 276 N N

Champlain-Rouses Pt., NY/Lacolle (Routes 15, 221,223), Que. 240 288 528

Champlain, NY/Lacolle Route 15, Que. 239 N N

Rouses Pt., NY/Lacolle Routes 221 and 223, Que. 0.9 N N

Sault Ste. Marie, MI/Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 170 122 292
Pedestrians

Canadian-U.S. border, total 965 614 1,579

Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY/Fort Erie-Niagara Falls, Ont. 359 264 623

Buffalo, NY/Fort Erie, Ont. 6 N N

Niagara Falls, NY/Niagara Falls, Ont. 353 N N

Rainbow Bridge 334 N N

Queenston Bridge 18 N N

Whirlpool Bridge 0.2 N N

Sumas, WA/Huntingdon, B.C. 37 58 95

Calais, ME/St. Stephen, N.B. 36 42 78

Bar Harbour and Portland, ME/Yarmouth, N.S.b 34 35 69

Bar Harbour, ME/Yarmouth, N.S. N 6 N

Portland, ME/Yarmouth, N.S. N 29 N

International Falls-Rainer, MN/Fort Frances, Ont. 18 34 52

aIncludes charter, intercity and school buses.

bPort is a pedestrian/ferry combination crossing.

KEY: C = Data are confidential. N = Data are nonexistent.

SOURCES

Northbound

Statistics Canada. Culture, Tourism and the Center for Education Statistics Division. Special tabulations. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998).



Southbound

U.S. Department of Treasury. U.S. Customs Service. Office of Field Operations. Operations Management Database. Special tabulation.

(Washington, DC: 1998).
t a b l e 9-2b

Top Land Passenger Ports, Mexican-U.S. Border:1996

(Thousands of vehicles or passengers/pedestrians)
Port name Northbound Southbound Total
Personal vehicles

Mexico-U.S. border, total 75,589 N N

San Ysidro/Otay Mesa, CA/Tijuana, B.C. 17,160 N N

El Paso, TX/Ciudad Juárez, Chih. 15,096 5,092 U

Laredo, TX/Nuevo Laredo, Tamps. 6,793 7,675 14,468

Calexico, CA/Mexicali, B.C. 6,139 N N

Brownsville, TX/Matamoros, Tamps. 6,074 5,830 11,904



Passengers in personal vehicles

Mexico-U.S. border, total 203,999 N N

San Ysidro/Otay Mesa, CA/Tijuana, B.C. 42,864 N N

El Paso, TX/Ciudad Juárez, Chih. 41,483 N N

Hildago, TX/Río Bravo, Tamps. 19,221 N N

Calexico, CA/Mexicali, B.C. 18,296 N N

Laredo, TX/Nuevo Laredo, Tamps. 16,932 N N



Busesa

Mexico-U.S. border, total 208,468 N N

San Ysidro/Otay Mesa, CA/Tijuana, B.C. 112,276 N N

Hildago, TX/Río Bravo, Tamps. 36,900 N N

Laredo, TX/Nuevo Laredo, Tamps. 25,498 N N

Del Rio, TX/Villa Acuña, Coah. 7,062 N N

Brownsville, TX/Matamoros, Tamps. 5,570 N N



Passengers on busesa

Mexico-U.S. border, total 2,755 N N

San Ysidro/Otay Mesa, CA/Tijuana, B.C. 1,095 N N

Hildago, TX/Río Bravo, Tamps. 738 N N

Laredo, TX/Nuevo Laredo, Tamps. 531 N N

Brownsville, TX/Matamoros, Tamps. 111 N N

El Paso, TX/Ciudad Juárez, Chih. 106 N N



Pedestrians

Mexico-U.S. border, total 42,541 N N

San Ysidro/Otay Mesa, CA/Tijuana, B.C. 9,393 N N

Calexico, CA/Mexicali, B.C. 7,374 N N

Nogales, AZ/Nogales, Son. 4,417 N N

El Paso, TX/Ciudad Juárez, Chih. 4,405 4,615 9,021

Brownsville, TX/Matamoros, Tamps. 3,801 3,157 6,958



aIncludes charter, intercity and school buses.

KEY: N = Data are nonexistent. U = Data are unavailable.

NOTE: Personal vehicles and pedestrians, El Paso, TX/Ciudad Juárez, Chih. Northbound data are based on all El Paso entry

crossings. Southbound data are based on a subset of these crossings.



SOURCES

Northbound

U.S. Department of Treasury. U.S. Customs Service. Office of Field Operations. Operations Management Database. Special tabulation.

(Washington, DC: 1998).

Southbound

Data compiled by Texas A&M International University, Texas Center for Border Economic and Enterprise Development based on

original data from bridge operators. Web site: www.tamiu.edu/coba/txcntr/
t a b l e 9-3

Top North American Air Passenger City Pairs:1996

(Number of passengers)
Number of Number of

Top city pairs Top city pairs

passengers passengers
Canada-Mexico C Mexico-United States, total 12,089,424

Toronto-Mexico City/Mexico City-Toronto C Los Angeles-Mexico City/Mexico City-

Montréal-Mexico City/Mexico City-Montréal C Los Angeles 743,340

Vancouver-Mexico City/Mexico City-Vancouver C Los Angeles-Guadalajara/Guadalajara-

Los Angeles 675,267

Canada-United States, total 15,005,834

Miami-Cancún/Cancún-Miami 566,141

New York-Toronto/Toronto-New York 1,153,021

Houston-Mexico City/Mexico City-Houston 535,703

Chicago-Toronto/Toronto-Chicago 1,023,494

Dallas-Mexico City/Mexico City-Dallas 505,333

Los Angeles-Vancouver/Vancouver-Los Angeles 604,953

Miami-Mexico City/Mexico City-Miami 471,219

New York-Montréal/Montréal-New York 510,941

Dallas-Cancún/Cancún-Dallas 447,445

Miami-Toronto/Toronto-Miami 425,852

Chicago-Mexico City/Mexico City-Chicago 385,832

San Francisco-Vancouver/Vancouver-

New York-Mexico City/Mexico City-New York 349,582

San Francisco 403,096

Houston-Cancún/Cancún-Houston 315,957

Chicago-Montréal/Montréal-Chicago 386,146

Detroit-Toronto/Toronto-Detroit 357,795

Los Angeles-Toronto/Toronto-Los Angeles 339,755

San Francisco-Toronto/Toronto-San Francisco 328,938


KEY: C = Data are confidential.

NOTE: Canada-United States and Mexico-United States: These data represent the total number of passengers, both inbound and

outbound traffic, traveling on scheduled and nonscheduled service of all U.S. and non-U.S. airlines. These data include origin and

destination passengers and passengers traveling between these cities as part of a longer journey.

SOURCE: Canada-United States and Mexico-United States: U.S. Department of Transportation. Bureau of Transportation Statistics.

Office of Airline Information. T-100 Database. Special tabulation. (Washington, DC: 1998).


t a b l e 9-4a

Canada-Mexico/Mexico-Canada Travel by Trip Purpose

(Thousands of visitors)
1990 1995 1996
Canadian source data

Canadian resident overnight travel to Mexico 433 406 438

Pleasure/tourism 402 356 386

Business 13 32 38

Visit family and friends 10 10 6

Other a 9 8 7
Mexican resident overnight travel to Canada 63 63 80

Pleasure/tourism 39 38 46

Business 10 11 18

Visit family and friends 12 12 13

Other a 2 2 4
Mexican source data

Canadian resident overnight travel to Mexico U U 269

Pleasure/tourism U U 210

Business U U 20

Visit family and friends U U 36

Other a U U 3
Mexican resident overnight travel to Canada U U 17

Pleasure/tourism U U 11

Business U U 4

Visit family and friends U U 1

Other a U U 1

aOther includes personal, in transit, shopping, educational study and other.

KEY: U = Data are unavailable.

SOURCES:

Canada

Statistics Canada. International Travel, Travel between Canada and other countries (Touriscope), Catalogue No. 66-201-XPB. (Ottawa,

Ont.: various years).

Statistics Canada. Special tabulations. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998).



Mexico

Banco de México. Dirección General de Investigación Económica. Dirección de Medición Económica. (Mexico City, D.F.: 1999).


t a b l e 9-4b

Canada-United States/United States-Canada Travel

by Trip Purpose

(Thousands of visitors)


1990 1995 1996
Canadian source data

Canadian resident overnight travel to the United States 17,262 14,663 15,301

Pleasure/tourism 10,586 8,316 8,810

Business 1,972 2,260 2,422

Visit family and friends 2,701 2,626 2,653

Othera 2,003 1,462 1,418
Canadian resident same day travel to the United States 53,171 37,491 37,398

Pleasure/tourism 34,159 22,394 23,198

Business 3,567 2,971 2,899

Visit family and friends 4,703 3,473 3,235

Othera 10,741 8,650 8,066
U.S. resident overnight travel to Canada 12,252 13,005 12,909

Pleasure/tourism 7,012 7,498 7,392

Business 1,729 1,926 1,970

Visit family and friends 2,602 2,323 2,221

Othera 909 1,259 1,325
U.S. resident same day travel to Canada 22,482 24,325 25,563

Pleasure/tourism 10,958 11,839 13,018

Business 1,967 1,792 1,778

Visit family and friends 5,385 3,923 3,895

Othera 4,172 6,771 6,872

aOther includes personal, in transit, shopping, educational study and other.

SOURCES

Canada

Statistics Canada. International Travel, Travel between Canada and other countries (Touriscope), Catalogue No. 66-201-XPB. (Ottawa,

Ont.: various years).

Statistics Canada. Special tabulations. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998).



United States

The United States does not collect data on same day travel to or from the United States nor for Canadian overnight travel to the

United States for all modes of transportation and with travel characteristics. U.S. agencies typically obtain this data from Statistics

Canada. The American Travel Survey also provides trip purpose data on U.S. travel to Canada for trips longer than 100 miles

(approximately 160 kilometers). (See Appendix B for more information.)
t a b l e 9-5a

Canada-Mexico/Mexico-Canada Travela Characteristics:

1996

(Thousands of visitors)


Pleasure/ Visit family

tourism Business and friends Otherb Total


Canadian source data

Canadian resident overnight travel to Mexico

Trip quarter 386 38 6 8 438

1st quarter of the year 235 5 3 4 247

2nd quarter of the year 45 5 1 3 54

3rd quarter of the year 27 19 1 1 48

4th quarter of the year 79 9 1 0 89

Trip duration 386 38 6 8 438

One-three nights 17 18 0 1 36

Four-thirteen nights 234 18 4 3 259

More than 14 nights 136 2 2 4 144



Age and gender of visitor 386 38 6 8 438

Males, total 165 21 3 3 192

Ages 14 and under 7 NS NS NS 7

Ages 15-34 49 4 1 1 55

Ages 35-64 90 16 1 1 108

Ages 65+ 18 NS NS 1 19

Females, total 212 15 4 5 236

Ages 14 and under 9 1 NS 0 10

Ages 15-34 73 4 1 2 80

Ages 35-64 113 10 2 2 127

Ages 65+ 16 1 NS 2 19

Gender not stated, total 9 1 0 1 11
Mexican resident overnight travel to Canada

Trip quarter 46 18 13 4 81

1st quarter of the year 8 1 1 0 10

2nd quarter of the year 12 5 2 1 20

3rd quarter of the year 18 8 9 1 36

4th quarter of the year 8 4 1 2 15

Trip duration 46 18 13 4 81

One-three nights 9 6 1 0 16

Four-thirteen nights 30 10 6 3 49

More than 14 nights 7 2 6 1 16



Age and gender of visitor 46 18 13 4 81

Males, total 20 13 5 2 40

Ages 14 and under 1 NS 2 0 3

Ages 15-34 12 4 1 2 19

Ages 35-64 6 8 2 0 16

Ages 65+ 0 0 1 0 1

Females, total 22 3 7 2 34

Ages 14 and under 1 0 NS 0 1

Ages 15-34 12 1 4 1 18

Ages 35-64 9 2 3 1 15

Ages 65+ NS NS 1 0 1

Gender not stated, total 4 2 1 1 8

aTravel here refers to trips of one or more nights.

b Other trip purposes include personal, in transit, shopping, educational study and other.

KEY: N = Data are nonexistent. NS = Not significant.
t a b l e 9-5a

Canada-Mexico/Mexico-Canada Travela Characteristics:

1996-Continued
SOURCES

Canada

Statistics Canada. International Travel, Travel between Canada and other countries (Touriscope), Catalogue 66-201-XPB. (Ottawa,

Ont.: various years).

Statistics Canada. Special tabulations. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998).



Mexico

Mexican data was unavailable.


t a b l e 9-5b

Canada-United States/United States-Canada Travela

Characteristics:1996

(Thousands of visitors)


Pleasure/ Visit family

tourism Business and friends Otherb Total


Canadian source data

Canadian resident overnight travel to the United States

Trip quarter 8,809 2,421 2,653 1,417 15,300

1st quarter of the year 2,094 565 501 239 3,399

2nd quarter of the year 2,068 676 635 365 3,744

3rd quarter of the year 3,165 624 907 494 5,190

4th quarter of the year 1,482 556 610 319 2,967

Trip duration 8,809 2,421 2,653 1,417 15,300

One-three nights 3,924 1,286 1,394 1,083 7,687

Four-thirteen nights 3,607 1,066 1,039 283 5,995

More than 14 nights 1,279 69 220 52 1,620



Age and gender of visitor 8,809 2,421 2,653 1,417 15,300

Males, total 3,889 1,502 1,048 576 7,015

Ages 14 and under 482 22 130 60 694

Ages 15-34 653 340 200 111 1,304

Ages 35-64 2,165 1,098 521 317 4,101

Ages 65+ 589 42 197 88 916

Females, total 4,427 733 1,416 714 7,290

Ages 14 and under 491 27 140 58 716

Ages 15-34 870 226 321 168 1,585

Ages 35-64 2,445 449 713 377 3,984

Ages 65+ 621 31 242 111 1,005

Gender not stated, total 494 186 189 127 996
U.S. resident overnight travel to Canada

Trip quarter 7,392 1,970 2,221 1,325 12,908

1st quarter of the year 695 397 312 201 1,605

2nd quarter of the year 1,936 589 561 413 3,499

3rd quarter of the year 3,867 564 804 480 5,715

4th quarter of the year 894 420 544 231 2,089

Trip duration 7,392 1,970 2,221 1,325 12,908

One-three nights 4,433 1,356 1,332 877 7,998

Four-thirteen nights 2,765 600 789 427 4,581

More than 14 nights 194 14 100 21 329



Age and gender of visitor 7,392 1,970 2,221 1,325 12,908

Males, total 3,291 1,301 955 653 6,200

Ages 14 and under 344 18 109 57 528

Ages 15-34 618 213 181 123 1,135

Ages 35-64 1,744 1,027 492 356 3,619

Ages 65+ 585 43 173 117 918

Females, total 3,567 584 1,163 539 5,853

Ages 14 and under 360 16 119 40 535

Ages 15-34 656 144 272 117 1,189

Ages 35-64 1,942 389 587 295 3,213

Ages 65+ 609 35 185 87 916

Gender not stated, total 534 84 103 133 854

aTravel here refers to trips of one or more nights.

bOther trip purposes include personal, in transit, shopping, educational study and other.
t a b l e 9-5b

Canada-United States/United States-Canada Travela

Characteristics:1996 -Continued
SOURCES

Canada

Statistics Canada. International Travel, Travel between Canada and other countries (Touriscope), Catalogue No. 66-201-XPB. (Ottawa,

Ont.: various years).

Statistics Canada. Special tabulations. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998).



United States

The United States does not collect data on same day travel to or from the United States nor for Canadian overnight travel to the



United States for all modes of transportation and with travel characteristics. U.S. agencies typically obtain this data from Statistics

Canada.


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